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Motel
Motel
The Motel
Properties
Age Age Modern Era
Technology Tech Motels
Construction
Resources Coins 38,400 Supplies 139,900
Time Clock 6:50:00
Size Size 4x3
Production
Population Population 900
Income Taxes 1,460 per Clock 1:00:00
Connection Street Required


Information

The Motel is the second residential Building of the Modern Era. This building requires connection to a 2-lane street.

History

With long distance automobile travel becoming more affordable and popular in the USA in the 1920s; Motels (Motor Hotels) began to appear.

Designed to accommodate the automotive traveler; ease of parking, facilities on site, etc... Motels appeared along the new highways in America and became highly popular.

Efficiency

Taxes 121.67 per tile and hour [1]

Other Residential Buildings

Residential Buildings
Stone Age Hut
Bronze Age ChaletLonghouse[2]Stilt HouseThatched House
Iron Age CottageRoof Tile HouseVilla[2]
Early Middle Ages Clapboard HouseFrame HouseMultistory House
High Middle Ages Brownstone HouseMansion[2]Town House
Late Middle Ages Apartment HouseEstate HouseManor[2]
Colonial Age Arcade HouseCountry HouseGambrel Roof HousePlantation House[2]
Industrial Age Boarding HouseUrban Residence[2]Victorian HouseWorkers' House
Progressive Era Art Nouveau Mansion[2]Council HouseHigh-RiseTenement House
Modern Era Luxury Dwelling[2]MotelPrefab HouseSuburban House
Postmodern Era BungalowDuplex HouseLoft House[2]Prefabricated High-Rise
Contemporary Era CondominiumShophouseWaterfront ResidentialWaterfront Villa[2]
Tomorrow AnnexCapsule HotelPod HomeTerraced High-Rise[2]
The Future ArcologySelf-Supporting HomeTree House Hotel[2]Underground House
Arctic Future Clock Tower ApartmentCrystal VillaMobile HouseSea-Scraper[2]Sheltered Tipi[2]
Oceanic Future Fisherman's HouseFloating HouseHouseboatSeaview Tower[2]Underwater Hotel[2]Urban Island

Notes

  1. Efficiency is measured by an assumed maximum production per hour divided by the number of tiles of the building and can be used as a subjective comparison towards other residential buildings.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 Premium Buildings.